BackPack program helps feed Erie chil...

BackPack program helps feed Erie children

There are 4 comments on the Erie Times News story from Apr 23, 2013, titled BackPack program helps feed Erie children. In it, Erie Times News reports that:

Inside, along with homework and work sheets, is food meant to help get the 9-year-old third-grader through the weekend: soup, cereal, crackers, canned spaghetti in tomato sauce with meatballs, potato chips.

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Pioneer, OH

#1 Apr 24, 2013
why not Lobster, Kobe beef, and caviar like the obama's gorge on ?

the kiddies mommmies can swap that food for crack at the open air chimp market

Pioneer, OH

#2 Apr 24, 2013
those chimps eat better than I do... and i have a job and pay taxes ?
Erie Realist

United States

#3 Apr 24, 2013
Erie is a Democratic controlled city in free fall from 50 + years of mis-management....Welfare & entitlement programs are the only answers & message city officials& liberal do-gooders have.
Hold your hands out...welcome to welfareville.

Pioneer, OH

#4 Apr 24, 2013
chimps cant breed and cause havoc on an empty stomach

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